Public Appearances > Events From 2017 – April 06th – Caroline De Maigret And Pharrell Williams Host A Dinner In Celebration Of Chanel’s Gabrielle Bag
Public Appearances > Events From 2017 – March 30th – Coach & Rodarte Celebrate Their Spring 2017 Collaboration
Candid Appearances > Candids From 2017 – March 10th – Out in Los Angeles, California
Public Appearances > Events From 2017 – March 01st – National Designer Award – Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes – Sylve Colless [Stellar] – 2017
Actor Bella Heathcote on Fifty Shades, rivalry and Margot Robbie
SHE HAS been living in Los Angeles for seven years, but Bella Heathcote hasn’t lost her Australian accent.
The Melbourne-born actor, who starred on Neighbours before her big move, scoffs at the notion that it’s as glamorous as aspiring actors imagine: “Oh mate, not at all.”
Despite receiving a Heath Ledger Scholarship, which helps Aussies trying to break into Hollywood, Heathcote says the reality of making it in Tinseltown involves a lot of hard work.
“When I’m in LA, most of the time I’m hustling to get a job or running around going to auditions and meetings,” she explains.Read More
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes – Zoey Grossman [Flaunt] – 2017
The Neon Demon star talks to us about our collective dystopian reality
Bella Heathcote is conversing with a pale yellow computer screen. On my own screen the doe-eyed actress looms large in a smart navy blazer with red anchors on the lapels. There’s a moment of confusion before I realize that my webcam has been blocked with a small square of Post-it note – a moderately ridiculous and undoubtedly paranoid precaution. Heathcote laughs at the situation as I rip the square of paper away, but isn’t dismissive of the initiative.
“Do you watch Black Mirror?” she asks me, referencing Charlie Brooker’s eerie telemovie series. “There’s an episode about where it all goes pear shape for this kid who should have covered her camera.” It’s a dystopic start to an interview, but then Heathcote has populated her fair share of dystopias, and not a few hellscapes. Not only with her entry into Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle – an adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s alternative history, but also in projects like Dark Shadows (2012) opposite Johnny Depp, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016), and The Neon Demon (2016). In spite of the latter film’s oak tree dialogue and cliché-ridden plot, Heathcote landed the most memorable moment of the visually rich bloodbath — a scene involving an undigested human eyeball and seppuku with a pair of scissors.